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MessageSujet: Re: Maroc exploitation du Gaz/pétrole lourd   Mer 22 Jan 2014 - 20:08

les analyses des échantillons et des données prélevées prennent un peu de temps pour leur permettre de forer une 2ème puits de confirmation à coup sûr.
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MessageSujet: Re: Maroc exploitation du Gaz/pétrole lourd   Mer 22 Jan 2014 - 20:15

le programme d'exploration de Cairn et Kosmos dans l'offshore au large de Boujdour en 2014 :
Cairn intends to announce its preliminary results for the year to 31 December 2013 on Tuesday 18 March 2014. In advance of these results, Cairn is providing information on recent operations and guidance in respect of the Group's trading performance in 2013. This information is unaudited and is subject to further review.

Simon Thomson, Chief Executive, Cairn Energy PLC said:
"Cairn plans to drill nine wells in its 2014 exploration programme across an attractive mix of frontier and mature basins.

Over the last 12 months, Cairn has built a long-term sustainable business. The exploration programme will provide investors with exposure to material growth potential alongside mature basin development and pre-development assets, all against a backdrop of continued balance sheet strength."

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  • Frontier basin exploration
  • Atlantic Margin Operated Programme


    • Four wells in total. The currently operating JM-I exploration well, in the Juby Maritime III block, offshore Morocco, will be followed by two wells offshore Senegal and one well offshore West of Ireland
    • Cairn and its joint venture partners are continuing to mature plans for the Pitu block offshore North West Greenland
    • A 500km2 3D seismic survey is being planned on acreage adjacent to the Spanish Point discovery where an area of ~1,130km2 is the subject of an offer from the Irish Government to convert licence option blocks to an exploration licence (FEL 1/14) (Cairn 38% working interest (WI), Operator)


  • Atlantic Margin Non Operated Programme


    • Planning is under way for one exploration well in the Atlantic Margin in 2014 on the Cap Boujdour Contract Area (Cairn 20% WI) with Kosmos Energy (operator and 55% WI) and the Moroccan National Oil Company (ONHYM 25% WI)



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MessageSujet: Re: Maroc exploitation du Gaz/pétrole lourd   Jeu 23 Jan 2014 - 9:51

Longreach publie les premiers résultats du puits d'exploration foré près de Sidi Mokhtar : conclusion réservoir intéressant d'une épaisseur de 45 m pouvant contenir du gaz, mais quelques difficultés techniques dans le forage dues à la nature géologique des roches traversées par le sol. D'autres analyses sont en cours qui seront suivies par d'autres forages.

LONGREACH OIL AND GAS LIMITED

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Significant Natural Gas Occurrence at Koba-1 Well in Morocco

LONGREACH OIL AND GAS LIMITED  (TSX-V: LOI) ("Longreach" or the "Company"), an independent oil and gas company holding numerous exploration licenses in Morocco, is pleased to announce that the Company encountered a significant natural gas occurrence in the Koba-1 well.  Longreach has a 50% operated interest in the Sidi Moktar license area covering 2,683 square kilometres.  Longreach is partnered by ONHYM and MPE (25% carried interest each).
On December 31, 2013, the Company announced that the Koba well had been drilled to a total depth of 3,100 metres and had encountered a gross interval of approximately 45 metres with reservoir potential. Over this section, gas shows of over 10% were encountered throughout the interval with heavier hydrocarbon components of over C5+. The Koba-1 well has now been logged and suspended.
The Koba structure is the first prospect to be drilled as part of Longreach‘s exploration program. A portfolio of leads and prospects has been identified and, following the results of Koba-1, the Company intends to determine the extent of this natural gas occurrence by further drilling.
Additional Technical Comments
As mentioned in our earlier release of December 31, 2013, the Koba-1 well encountered approximately 45 metres of good quality Lower Liassic Jurassic gas charged reservoir commencing at 1830 metres. This assessment has been made on the basis of visual examination of chip samples and side wall cores and from the amount of gas which entered the mud column while drilling and which was recorded by the gas chromatograph. The second drilling objective in the Triassic was not encountered in the section penetrated.
The Lower Liassic reservoir zone is normally overpressured (4500psi) as anticipated from nearby wells and the mud weight was adjusted to effectively handle that pressure. However, at 1873 metres the well experienced a significant influx of salt water at an abnormally high pressure of 6000psi. No other well in this area has encountered such high formation pressures at this depth. In order to control the well, which started flowing, the mud weight was steadily increased to 2.3SG before the well was stabilised enough to continue logging.  Logging operations had to be halted a number of times in order to run back in the hole and recirculate in an attempt to stabilize the flow.  Consequently the Lower Liassic reservoir zone was open to the heavy mud and abnormally high pressures for an extended period of time which resulted in damage to the well bore and significant invasion of the drilling mud into the Lower Liassic reservoir formation.
A normal series of logs were acquired and an MDT tool was deployed in an attempt to obtain reservoir formation pressures and collect gas samples. However, the logs and the MDT tool were not quantitatively effective due to the mud invasion and rugose nature of the wellbore. No gas samples were collected and only a limited number of pressures were obtained.  Twenty side wall cores were collected confirming excellent reservoir quality.
As a result of the significant damage to the reservoir zone, Longreach is unable to reliably quantify the effective porosity, gas saturation or gas composition values for the Lower Liassic reservoir zone. At this time we do not believe that the high pressure water the Koba-1 well encountered is a gas water contact due to the significant differences in pressure between the gas and water-bearing zones.  However, the Koba-1 well has proved that good quality, gas charged reservoir rocks are present thereby confirming the resource potential of the Longreach Sidi Moktar License. We continue to review the data and refine the timing of our follow-up drilling and testing program.
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MessageSujet: Re: Maroc exploitation du Gaz/pétrole lourd   Jeu 23 Jan 2014 - 12:47

Quand on parle du loup Smile
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MessageSujet: Re: Maroc exploitation du Gaz/pétrole lourd   Jeu 23 Jan 2014 - 22:01

mbarki_49 a écrit:
Longreach publie les premiers résultats du puits d'exploration foré près de Sidi Mokhtar : conclusion réservoir intéressant d'une épaisseur de 45 m pouvant contenir du gaz, mais quelques difficultés techniques dans le forage dues à la nature géologique des roches traversées par le sol. D'autres analyses sont en cours qui seront suivies par d'autres forages.

LONGREACH OIL AND GAS LIMITED

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Significant Natural Gas Occurrence at Koba-1 Well in Morocco

LONGREACH OIL AND GAS LIMITED  (TSX-V: LOI) ("Longreach" or the "Company"), an independent oil and gas company holding numerous exploration licenses in Morocco, is pleased to announce that the Company encountered a significant natural gas occurrence in the Koba-1 well.  Longreach has a 50% operated interest in the Sidi Moktar license area covering 2,683 square kilometres.  Longreach is partnered by ONHYM and MPE (25% carried interest each).
On December 31, 2013, the Company announced that the Koba well had been drilled to a total depth of 3,100 metres and had encountered a gross interval of approximately 45 metres with reservoir potential. Over this section, gas shows of over 10% were encountered throughout the interval with heavier hydrocarbon components of over C5+. The Koba-1 well has now been logged and suspended.
The Koba structure is the first prospect to be drilled as part of Longreach‘s exploration program. A portfolio of leads and prospects has been identified and, following the results of Koba-1, the Company intends to determine the extent of this natural gas occurrence by further drilling.
Additional Technical Comments
As mentioned in our earlier release of December 31, 2013, the Koba-1 well encountered approximately 45 metres of good quality Lower Liassic Jurassic gas charged reservoir commencing at 1830 metres. This assessment has been made on the basis of visual examination of chip samples and side wall cores and from the amount of gas which entered the mud column while drilling and which was recorded by the gas chromatograph. The second drilling objective in the Triassic was not encountered in the section penetrated.
The Lower Liassic reservoir zone is normally overpressured (4500psi) as anticipated from nearby wells and the mud weight was adjusted to effectively handle that pressure. However, at 1873 metres the well experienced a significant influx of salt water at an abnormally high pressure of 6000psi. No other well in this area has encountered such high formation pressures at this depth. In order to control the well, which started flowing, the mud weight was steadily increased to 2.3SG before the well was stabilised enough to continue logging.  Logging operations had to be halted a number of times in order to run back in the hole and recirculate in an attempt to stabilize the flow.  Consequently the Lower Liassic reservoir zone was open to the heavy mud and abnormally high pressures for an extended period of time which resulted in damage to the well bore and significant invasion of the drilling mud into the Lower Liassic reservoir formation.
A normal series of logs were acquired and an MDT tool was deployed in an attempt to obtain reservoir formation pressures and collect gas samples. However, the logs and the MDT tool were not quantitatively effective due to the mud invasion and rugose nature of the wellbore. No gas samples were collected and only a limited number of pressures were obtained.  Twenty side wall cores were collected confirming excellent reservoir quality.
As a result of the significant damage to the reservoir zone, Longreach is unable to reliably quantify the effective porosity, gas saturation or gas composition values for the Lower Liassic reservoir zone. At this time we do not believe that the high pressure water the Koba-1 well encountered is a gas water contact due to the significant differences in pressure between the gas and water-bearing zones.  However, the Koba-1 well has proved that good quality, gas charged reservoir rocks are present thereby confirming the resource potential of the Longreach Sidi Moktar License. We continue to review the data and refine the timing of our follow-up drilling and testing program.

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MessageSujet: Re: Maroc exploitation du Gaz/pétrole lourd   Ven 24 Jan 2014 - 17:10


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MessageSujet: Re: Maroc exploitation du Gaz/pétrole lourd   Ven 24 Jan 2014 - 17:29

Énorme l'infrastructure ! On va pas me faire croire que l'entreprise a ramener ce monstre pour prospecter avec tout l'investissement lourd qui suit , en sachant que elle a peu de chance de trouver quelque chose la bas . La logique économique me dit que il y a plus de 60 % de chance de trouver du concret sur cette plateforme offshore  Smile Smile 

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MessageSujet: Re: Maroc exploitation du Gaz/pétrole lourd   Mar 28 Jan 2014 - 16:52

SanLeon,CLG(chevron),et Enefit coopereront sur Timahdit pour mettre en place une Unit de 3 plant Enefit280 pour transformer l´oil shale(600MMbbl)
SanLeon a écrit:
Memorandum of Understanding ("MoU") Signed with Chevron Lummus Global

28 January 2014

San Leon Energy Plc (“San Leon” or “the Company”), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding ("MoU") with Chevron Lummus Global LLC (“CLG”), to exclusively cooperate in respect of the oil shale upgrading technology required to produce high quality synthetic crude oil from the raw shale oil to be produced in the Company’s Timahdit oil shale License Area, Morocco.

The MoU will result in a detailed evaluation by CLG focused on implementing proven proprietary CLG technology on the raw shale oil produced at the proposed Timahdit Plant to be designed and delivered in cooperation with Enefit Outotec Technology ("EOT", see also www.enefit.com/eot), a joint venture of the world’s leading oil shale energy company Enefit and mineral and metals processing
technology group Outotec. The proposed Timahdit Plant, as described in the Initial EOT Evaluation Study, will be built using the latest “Enefit280” process and EOT’s experience.

Chevron Lummus Global will propose a design for an Oil Shale Upgrading unit to produce high quality synthetic crude oil which will then be refined locally. CLG has already licensed its hydrocracking technology to the Samir Refinery in Mohammedia, Morocco.

The Initial EOT study proposes that the Timahdit Plant will have three (3) “Enefit 280” units. The Plant will be designed with the ability to increase capacity to exploit the Estimated resource of 600 million bbl of shale oil within SLE’s Timahdit License area as suggested by historical data and confirmed by the EOT study.

SLE is currently conducting a core drilling operation to extract samples from the Timahdit oil shale deposit for testing at the Enefit Bench Scale plant located at EOT's R&D centre in Frankfurt, Germany. The results of these tests are expected to be available in Q2 2014.

An updated feasibility study for the Timahdit Oil Shale project is currently planned to be completed by year-end. This will facilitate the completion of project finance to fund the construction of the proposed plant envisaged to begin after 2015. Initial reactions from financial institutions have been very encouraging based on the strong interest in investing in Morocco’s energy future.

In August 2013, San Leon was offered exclusive rights to the 36 km2 Timahdit Oil Shale License for two years to evaluate the commercial viability of a surface retorting project on the prolific Timahdit oil shale deposit. Timahdit's shale oil yield in the awarded area is considered to be the highest in Morocco with an average of 100 l/t in the rich layers and has significantly less moisture content than many other international oil shale deposits. The project will also include power generation facilities.

Executive Chairman, Oisin Fanning commented,

“I very much welcome CLG as our upgrading partner in the Timahdit project. CLG is a world leader in upgrading technology who brings real strength to our team. Our continued cooperation with our existing partners, ONHYM in Morocco, along with Enefit and now CLG, brings further credibility to San Leon’s commitment to commercially develop oil shale in Morocco.”

Chevron Lummus Global, LLC provides engineering and technical services; licenses proprietary technology; and supplies catalysts to industrial and commercial customers primarily in the oil, gas, and petrochemical industries worldwide. The company offers services that relates to solutions for converting/upgrading heavy and residual components in heavy/sour crude oil into useable products. Its proprietary technology consists principally of hydroprocessing technologies, including hydrocracking and hydrotreating processes that are used by refineries to process petroleum-based products. Chevron Lummus Global, LLC was founded in 2000 and is based in Richmond, California.
http://www.sanleonenergy.com/media-centre/news-releases/2014/january/28/memorandum-of-understanding-%28mou%29-signed-with-chevron-lummus-global.aspx

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MessageSujet: Re: Maroc exploitation du Gaz/pétrole lourd   Mar 28 Jan 2014 - 22:01

attention Timahdit c'est le moyen atlas, c'est-à-dire le château d'eau du Maroc, attention aux dégâts des techniques de fragmentation de la roche sur la nappe phréatique et le cours d'eau qui y prennent naissance.
Rappel historique, sur ce même, les ingénieurs de l'ex BRPM (ONHYM) avaient testé dans les années 70, une technique de pyrolise (combustion directe), appelée "T3" de ces mêmes schistes qui n'avait été concluante,sur le plan économique mais dangereuse pour l'environnement
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MessageSujet: Re: Maroc exploitation du Gaz/pétrole lourd   Mar 28 Jan 2014 - 22:36

attention à ne pas mélanger le procédé Enefit pour les shistes bitumineux avec l'exploitation de gaz de schiste !!!
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MessageSujet: Re: Maroc exploitation du Gaz/pétrole lourd   Mar 28 Jan 2014 - 22:39

Oui justement , quel est ce procédé marques ? j'en ai jamais entendu parler personnellement

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MessageSujet: Re: Maroc exploitation du Gaz/pétrole lourd   Mar 28 Jan 2014 - 22:44

Quand tu as 35 millions de personnes a nourir et des voisins qui n'attendent qu'a te mettre a genoux, les questions ecologiques passent a un second plan. Je sais que ce que je dit n'est pas politiquement correct mais c'est comme ca de partout, meme dans les riches pays scandinaves.

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MessageSujet: Re: Maroc exploitation du Gaz/pétrole lourd   Mar 28 Jan 2014 - 22:50

Leo Africanus a écrit:
Quand tu as 35 millions de personnes a nourir et des voisins qui n'attendent qu'a te mettre a genoux, les questions ecologiques passent a un second plan. Je sais que ce que je dit n'est pas politiquement correct mais c'est comme ca de partout, meme dans les riches pays scandinaves.


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MessageSujet: Re: Maroc exploitation du Gaz/pétrole lourd   Mer 29 Jan 2014 - 9:27

Marokino :

le procédé Enefit 280 est un procédé développé par les Estoniens d'Outetec plus proche de l'extraction et l'exploitation minière que de la facturation hydraulique pour le gaz de schistes...On va plus voir des gros camions que des pompes à eau  Very Happy 

c'est le mot "schistes" qui est trompeur mais çà n'a rien à voir ni de prés , ni de loin , c'est un sujet complétement différent.

now, 3 à 4 usines dans le monde : Estonie, USA et Jordanie sont en cours de construction et vont entrer en production à partir de 2016-2020 avec des productions de huile de pétrole conséquentes ou de la production electrique directe ...

San Leon travaille déjà sur ce procédé sur le site de Tarfaya mais ici à Timahdit la présence de Chevron est pour moi la vraie bonne nouvelle

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MessageSujet: Re: Maroc exploitation du Gaz/pétrole lourd   Ven 31 Jan 2014 - 18:29

si quoi ca les amis  scratch 
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